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SubjectRe: Coding style - a non-issue
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> irritate the oftes so called "maintainer". Two expierences:
> ftape and mcd I'm through....

I timed the mcd maintainer out and tidied it anyway. I figured since it
wasnt being maintained nobody would scream too loudly - nobody has

> BTW.> ftape (for the pascal emulation) and DAC960

ftape is an awkward one. Really the newer ftape4 wants merging into the
kernel but that should have happened a long time ago

> serial.c is another one for the whole multiport support which
> may be used by maybe 0.1% of the Linux users thrown on them all
> and some "magic" number silliness as well...

serial.c is a good example of the "ugly" that actually matters more, as is
floppy.c. Clean well formatted code that is stil opaque.
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